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SPARSHA TRUST

Children Coverage Detail

Year Female Male Total
2009-10 28 21 49
2010-11 115 96 211
2011-12 50 156 206
2012-13 150 231 381
2013-14 108  181 289
2014-15 99 127 226

Past Events

• PRATHIBHA PROTHSAHA - A Event to Extract Talents of Children

“An event to explore the talent”

PRATHIBHA PROTHSAHA was a stage for the children to get inspiration, motivation and to identify their skills and abilities: a day to transform their dream to into reality. The event also helped our children to meet successful citizens, to adopt moral values, good habits and find achievable goals for their future. Every year all the Sparsha’s children were waiting for this day which made them very happy and enabled them to fully enjoy their right to participate and develop equally to any other child.

Prathibha Prothsaaha” helped our children from our residential hostels to come out with their talent and to get an opportunity to identify their ability to compete and prosper their future.

During the year 2009-10, 70 children from 2 centres participated – it was a meeting with eminent people who helped our children to be more self-confident and ambitious for their future.

During the year 2010-11, 125 children from 4 centres participated- it was a 1-day event and was a huge success thanks to all the volunteers who facilitated the organization of the event.

During the year 2011-12, 185 children from 4 centres participated – it was a colourful 2-day event during which all our children exhibited their hidden talent in various fields such as sports, dancing, song, acting, drawing, quiz, general knowledge, debating, etc.
After 2012, this event has been regrouped within the Joy of learning month.

• BANGALORE MARCH - CARE - Citizen’s Action for Right to Education:

“Let us join hands for realization of right to education for all the children in our neighbourhood.”

It took 62 years for our government to write the Right to Education act and to make education free and compulsory for all the children in India and it took 2 years for the Karnataka government to set up these rules for all the children.
Indeed the Karnataka government had implemented the rules on 28th of April 2012, and the honourable Supreme Court of India had upheld the right of children to get free and compulsory education from the 2012-13 academic year.
CARE- Citizen’s Action for Right to Education, a movement created by citizens of Karnataka, ensures that, from now on, the deprived children of our society are enrolled in schools and get the basic education they need. The movement also makes sure that the children are retained in the school and receive an equal quality of education as promised in the RTE Act-2009.

    How can you be part of it?
  1. Getting aware about the right to education and becoming a member of CARE
  2. Giving awareness to your friends about the right of children to get a free and compulsory education
  3. Enrolling at least one child from your neighbourhood in a school
  4. Providing information in your vicinity about child labours and out of school children
  5. Participating in the inaugural march for CARE from June 1st to 15th June

    Activities of CARE which took place from the 1st of June to the 15th of June in 2013:
  1. Campaign to enrol thousands of children in the schools with the help of other NGOs and civil citizens
  2. Inauguration of a poster by the Ministry of education and Representation of Citizen Group and child representative
  3. Mobile awareness campaign all over Bangalore with the CARE Caravan team 
  4. Building of a network of volunteers, corporate sector, Citizens sector, Government sector